Rockabye Baby

Rockabye Baby Mr Macready was such a nice old man He liked to watch the children walking home from school especially the little girls In fact Mr Macready knew all about the children of Granite Heights their names

  • Title: Rockabye Baby
  • Author: Stephen Gresham
  • ISBN: 9780821714706
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mr Macready was such a nice old man He liked to watch the children walking home from school, especially the little girls In fact, Mr Macready knew all about the children of Granite Heights their names, their houses, even the nights when their parents were away.And when he put on his white nurse s uniform and smeared his lips with blood red lipstick, any child would beMr Macready was such a nice old man He liked to watch the children walking home from school, especially the little girls In fact, Mr Macready knew all about the children of Granite Heights their names, their houses, even the nights when their parents were away.And when he put on his white nurse s uniform and smeared his lips with blood red lipstick, any child would be happy to let him through the door Oh, they always stared a bit at his clear plastic gloves But that was nothing compared to how they stared when he got his hands around their fragile little necks and crooned

    One thought on “Rockabye Baby”

    1. O_oThis was one of the most disturbing books I've ever read. Basically it follows the story of an old pervert who dresses up as a nurse and attacks children. It was really disgusting and weird and I don't recommend it to anyone.

    2. This book is what it is: horror for, wellople trapped between the YA age group and the adult age group. This is one of Gresham's more "in your face" works, as he's usually subtle. I don't like giving away plot details, but I will say this: out of every Zebra horror novel I've read, this has the SADDEST, most unexpected, most wtf ending there is. Hell, maybe of any book I've readwhich makes me love it even more!

    3. The Zebra horror books of the 80's still draw me in from time to time. The raised title. The crazy artwork. The BAD stories. It's almost always the same.This time around we have a insane man that dresses like a nurse and calls himself "The Bloofer Lady" (no explanation given). He pretends to be wheel chair bound, but he gets up at night and puts on his rubber gloves and stalks the neighborhood for children. There is a fourth grade boy named Prince Gannon who ventures into the woods by his house [...]

    4. The title misleads youIt starts strong and just craps out. It has plot holes lack of character depth so many unanswered questions that never get resolved. I would gladly get a refund if I could. Don't waste 3.99 on this! It's not worth the cash

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